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Golfers in their 60s and 70s now account for half of all Japan's players

Golfers in Tokyo drift away from the course

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In contrast, in 2014 Singapore mandates a two-year jail term for men engaging in acts of “gross indecency”. Malaysia sends “effete” youths to boot camp. Aceh province in Indonesia punishes gay sex with 100 lashes

Taiwan is debating gay marriage. It would be just the second country in Asia to legalise it

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How the dinosaurs died out after ruling the planet for over 150m years was a mystery that consumed palaeontologists throughout much of the 20th century. But where did they come from in the first place?

A new fossil find rewrites the history of the dinosaurs

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"The past decade has shown that it's very hard for American companies to use their own approach to do business in China"

In China, Airbnb is checking in late

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The Economist, Asia
yesterday at 22:09. Facebook
More than 60% of people in China and India think their country is on the right track

What the world worries about

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The Economist, Asia
yesterday at 20:02. Facebook
Why has the greenback rallied so hard and what might its strength portend?

The dollar’s strength is a problem for the world

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The Economist, Asia
yesterday at 17:52. Facebook
The rise of the greenback looks like something to welcome. That is to ignore the central role the dollar plays in global finance

Why a strengthening dollar is bad for the world economy

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The Economist, Asia
yesterday at 16:51. Facebook
Kuwait is the closest thing to a democracy in the Gulf. But quasi-democracy won't help it catch up to its more autocratic, and efficient, neighbours

Is democracy to blame for Kuwait lagging behind its Gulf neighbours?

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The Economist, Asia
yesterday at 14:48. Facebook
It could take five or six months before the money removed from circulation is fully replaced. Starved of cash, India’s rural economy is seizing up

Modi’s attempt to crush India’s black economy is hurting the poor

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The Economist, Asia
yesterday at 12:45. Facebook
Four-fifths of South Koreans now support Park Geun-hye’s impeachment. There are sure to be many more twists and turns, but her days in office are clearly numbered

South Korea’s president half-offers to resign

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The Economist, Asia
yesterday at 10:44. Facebook
In this new era of populism, “The Other One Percent” is a rigorous, fact-based analysis of how cross-border flows of brainy and ambitious people make the world a better place

An important book looks at how Indians have triumphed in America

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The Economist, Asia
yesterday at 08:41. Facebook
For two centuries a hoary prophecy held that Thailand’s Chakri dynasty would produce no more than nine kings. That curse was lifted in Bangkok on December 1st, when authorities formally proclaimed that Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn had become King Rama X

Thailand’s royal succession is finally complete

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The Economist, Asia
yesterday at 06:41. Facebook
A high abortion rate is best viewed as a public-health problem that can be cheaply addressed—not through pointless bans or restrictions, but by providing the means to avoid unwanted pregnancies in the first place

How to make abortion rarer

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The Economist, Asia
yesterday at 04:39. Facebook
Kuwait is the closest thing to a democracy in the Gulf. But quasi-democracy won't help it catch up to its more autocratic, and efficient, neighbours

Is democracy to blame for Kuwait lagging behind its Gulf neighbours?

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The Economist, Asia
yesterday at 02:33. Facebook
South Korea's president is hopelessly mired in an ever-deepening influence-peddling scandal. There can be no recovery from such a fiasco. But she could salvage a little dignity by ending the circus now

To spare her country months of drift, Park Geun-hye should resign now

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The Economist, Asia
12/01/2016 at 18:33. Facebook
With a president-elect in Washington who's saying only nice things, the 11-year prime minister is sitting pretty atop international and regional politics. His main challenge will be managing an increasingly tenuous coalition at home

Happy times for Israel's Binyamin Netanyahu

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The Economist, Asia
12/01/2016 at 16:47. Facebook
Our quote of the day is from Nancy Astor, the first female to serve as a Member of Parliament in Britain
The Economist, Asia
12/01/2016 at 13:00. Facebook
Today the UN commission on narcotic drugs meets in Vienna. It does so against a backdrop of increased decriminalisation in many parts of the world, but which was the first country to go all the way?
The Economist, Asia
12/01/2016 at 09:44. Facebook
A new idea to blow big-city peasoupers away
The Economist, Asia
12/01/2016 at 01:16. Facebook
Changing sexual mores and a rocketing divorce rate have prompted soul-searching about the decline of family ties

Divorce is on the rise in China

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